Clinical Pilates is used to help manage patients with acute or chronic injuries, as part of their overall rehabilitation. Clinical Pilates is a system of exercises that integrates the traditional Pilates Method with modern research into musculoskeletal dysfunction.
Every person’s biomechanics and movement patterning are all slightly different. Pilates is a form of exercise which helps to target the core stability muscles of the body. It can help with flexibility, strength and general conditioning of the body. Clinical Pilates is used to help manage patients with acute or chronic injuries, as part of their overall rehabilitation.
Speciality Pilates Equipment
We use a mix of specialised equipment including Pilates reformers, trapeze tables, fit balls, foam rollers and more. This equipment is designed specifically for clinical Pilates, promoting correct technique, appropriate resistance levels, and targeted exercises so you can really work your key areas and see results.
Our instructors also spend extra time teaching key muscle contraction techniques, which enables you to get more out of every Pilates workout session.
How does Clinical Pilates exercises work?
By strengthening the core muscles around your spine. it helps to condition your body to cope with the rigours of various activities (ie. sport, lifting/bending at work or at home) and reduces the risk of an injury occurring. We work with you to ensure that you are maintaining the best technique possible so that you can recover from your condition as soon as possible. Clinical Pilates exercises are aimed at the appropriate level for you and your pain and are progressed only when possible and tolerated.